In continuation with our newest series dedicated to the New Moon cycle, we happily offer a bit of inspiration to get in the mood for June's New Moon, which falls in the sign of Cancer and happens to coincide with Summer Solstice 2020.
On the eve of the last full moon, we met Berlin-based writer Ena Dahl who in her work focuses on uniting topics of sexuality and spirituality. We spoke intimately with her about the unexpected journey becoming the woman she is today, then we all ventured into the woods to catch that magic summer evening light and embrace our wildness during the golden hour.
We can‘t always be in control of what kind of events or activities we will encounter throughout the day, but there are things we can do to help mentally and physically prepare ourselves to be strong and present for whatever comes our way.
As many of you already know, we are pretty smitten by the moon here at AVMM and love to follow her monthly cycles as an opportunity to feel more connected to the rhythms of nature.As the May 2020 New Moon approaches, we’d like to delve into the meaning of the upcoming New Moon in Gemini.
With spring already in full bloom and the approaching summer season nipping at our heels, we can’t help but be overtaken by the abounding fragrances blossoming around us like lavender, cherry blossoms, jasmine, and rose hips just to name a few.
Artist, stylist, business owner, mother – whichever area of her life Dóra Földes turns her attention to, her approach remains consistent: instilled with love and care, following her intuition and setting her own pace. Her vintage boutique-café Grus Grus in Berlin-Wedding is a microcosm of her wo...
What exactly inspires someone to leave their stable job with a well-known fashion brand to dive into the unknown? What drives someone to spend long hours hidden away in their room, attempting to perfect a creative process that has yet to be invented?
Immediately captivated by Yasmin Bawa's w...
"To me, I’m doing yoga right now because I’m present for the situation. That’s what I want to get out of it: to be present, not just with my body, but also with my heart and mind. When you join me on the island, it’s not about the one hour in the studio, it’s about the whole experience. Yoga is about taking in, as opposed to reacting immediately. "
Defined as habits with intention, rituals can serve as anchors in otherwise capricious times, which is perhaps one of the reasons Kathy Kwon has been predisposed to forming a number of her own since early childhood.
"This process of gaining clarity suddenly made me very comfortable speaking about what I do with other people. With a philosophy based on values that are important to me, and a common thread tying everything together, I started taking pride in my work in a new way. As soon as I began speaking clearly and confidently about it, the universe reacted by reflecting back what I was putting out there."